This is another intellectual
way of settling disputes, choosing sides, or other things that Rock, Paper, Scissors
is good for, except more than two can play. These are the rules:
- A moderator must select a mammal, and write its name down.
- Players take turns naming mammals.
- If a player fails to name a mammal within a reasonable time period, that player is eliminated.
- If a player names a mammal that has already been named, that player is eliminated.
If a player names anything that is not a mammal, that player is eliminated.
If a player names the 'lucky mammal,' [s]he is the winner.
A player also wins if all other players are eliminated.
In my experience, the game is usually won by the player who can think of the most mammals. This is great if you are able to keep track of large numbers of creatures, or if you are a good biology student.